This class was tough.
The lectures here are pretty much paraphrasing the textbook with some examples directly from the textbook as well. The only difference is the numbers are different; they could be negative or be in unit-vector form for any reason. For this course, you have to study more often than you would think.
Sometimes, my professor would do demonstrations based from what the other physics professors do. I learned that tutors are highly recommended to learn from because they know how you can teach it to somebody else. Tutors here at UB basically teach you how to become a tutor yourself as well!
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Advice for students:
Read the PowerPoint notes from your professor and other physics professors! All, of not most of them have their own way to teach physics; you just have to pick the one that makes the most sense to you. There are also physics tutors that teach you for free as well! They pretty much tell you how to think about certain topics such as the work-energy theorem.